A small community in Waianae, Maili has a small-town way of life that its residents fiercely defend from impending development. One of Oahu's last remaining areas of farm production, Waianae produces items like flowers, livestock, and vegetables in substantial quantities. Residents of Waianae are deeply rooted to the culture of Hawaii of old, and the town is a home place to families that have been residing in Hawaii for decades. Made up of multi-family and single-family dwellings, condos, and apartments, all of which are easy to afford, Waianae has, through assiduous avoidance of over development, only a handful of the ultra-luxurious houses that are routinely found on Oahu's coastline. Instead, Waianae has an abundance of open beach access as well as spacious areas for recreation, such as Kaupuni Neighborhood Park, Waianae Regional Park, and Wai'anae Field. Shoppers can find eateries as well as other services at the Waianae Mall shopping center. People seeking health services can be treated at the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center, which is deeply rooted in a tradition of Native Hawaiian ways.
Residents of the area have begun to favor the health center's traditional approach to treatment and their respectful attitude to the ways of old. Students are educated by the Waianae-Nanakuli Complex; small children attend one of the six elementary schools serviced by the system, and older children go to Nanakuli or Waianae Intermediate School and High School. Parents seeking a private education can investigate the handful of the area charter schools; these schools have a particular focus on the traditional manners and values of the Hawaiian islands.
A former Developer's Model unit has a Huge Private Yard, a spacious 4bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms split-level townhome with one bedroom on the main floor. The other 3 bedrooms a...
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